Saudi German Hospitals Group is considered the largest private Healthcare provider in the MENA region (Middle East & North Africa).


Josef Teto street Nozha, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt


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Saudi German Hospital Cairo  >  Departments  >  Nephrology


The Nephrology Unit in Saudi German hospital, Cairo, is a division of Internal Medicine Department responsible for management of patients with kidney diseases and the closely linked health problems.
This integration of nephrology unit in the department of Internal medicine allows a multidisciplinary service that is able to assure maximum competence and safety required for treating complex or difficult-to-treat cases.
The distinguished qualified medical staff and health care professionals, as well as the use of most advanced equipment provide a perfect chance for patients to receive outstanding, diagnostic and therapeutic services.

Scope of services:

  • General Nephrology: acute and chronic kidney diseases, polycystic kidney disease, and other inherited renal disease, urinary tract infections, abnormal urinary findings, hyperuricemia, hypertension and autoimmune kidney diseases.
  • Critical care nephrology: all cases of acute kidney injury of any cause have the best chance for management in the well-equipped critical care unit.
  • Renal Replacement therapy.

Specialized Clinics

  • Early detection and prevention of chronic kidney disease
  • Proteinuria
  • Diabetic nephropathy
  • Hypertention
  • Lupus Nephritis
  • Kidney transplantation

The Dialysis Center

Provides renal replacement therapy to meet the individualized needs of patients who require short-term or long-term dialysis either peritoneal or hemodialysis by its all known varieties with application of rigorous infection control measures with strict adherence to the international standards. The center adapts Innovative use of the latest technologies and select supplies with highest quality known all over the world. The Dialysis Center depends on multidisciplinary team of nephrologists, nurses, social workers, dietitians and technicians to ensure the best outcomes for patients.